I could look it up, but I would imagine it varies per school, so overall.
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Some do, some don't, but here's a tip. If the MBA program accepts someone with co-ops/internship as part of their minimum work experience prerequisite, then it's not an MBA program that's worth doing.
The hardest part of an MBA is the entrance. Once you're in, all the courses are just common sense. The real value from an MBA is the bonds you make with your classmates and skills you pick up along the way - the language of business, time management, people management, etc. If a program accepts people who are just interns, then why bother doing an MBA just to get to know them?0